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How 6 brothers learned about the world by watching 5,000 movies

Tuesday June 9th, 2015
“All my life needed was a sense of someplace to go,” says Govinda Angulo, 22, citing one of his favorite movies, the New York classic “Taxi Driver.”

But the Angulo brothers did not go anywhere for many years: The six siblings, now ages 16 to 23, grew up in a four-bedroom apartment in a Lower East Side housing project. The boys would leave the Broome Street apartment a handful of times a year — for annual dentist and doctor checkups, usually.

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